Dimensions:-106 x 48 x 17 mm.
Type:-TFT, 256K colors.
Size:-240 x 320 pixels, 2 inches.
- Wallpapers, screensavers.
Phonebook:-1000 x 20 fields, Photo call.
Call records:-30 received, dialed and missed calls.
Card slot:-Memory Stick Micro (M2), 128 MB card included.
- 64 MB internal memory.
GPRS:-Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps.
3G:-Yes, 384 kbps.
Bluetooth:-Yes, v2.0 with A2DP.
Messaging:-SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Browser:-WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront), RSS reader
Games:-Yes + downloadable.
Colors:-Noble Blue, Golden Ivory
Camera:-3.15 MP, 2048×1536 pixels, autofocus, video(QCIF), xenon flash; secondary videocall camera
- Java MIDP 2.0,- FM radio with RDS,- MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player,- TrackID music recognition,- T9,- Image viewer,- Picture editor,- Picture blogging, – Organiser,- Built-in handsfree,- Voice memo/dial.
- Battery:-Standard battery, Li-Po 950 mAh (BST-33).
Stand-by:-Up to 400 h.
Talk time:-Up to 10 h.
- Price:-359.99$ approx 13,000 – 16,000/-.
- When it comes to cameraphones, the words K800 Cyber-shot always seem to come to mind. The time has come to finally forget it since the famous cameraphone has received a successor in the face of the spanking new Sony Ericsson K810. The same exciting 3.2 megapixel camera packed into a slimmer body and a brand new design. That’s enough to start with, we think. Read on for our detailed review on the Sony Ericsson K810.
- Key features:-
Excellent 3.2 megapixel Cyber-shot™ camera with autofocus
64MB internal memory
Memory card slot with hot swap functionality
3G support with video calls
FM radio with RDS
Bluetooth (with A2DP) and Infrared port
- Main disadvantages:-
Uncomfortable joystick and soft keys
No EDGE (K818 has EDGE, but no 3G)
Records video in ancient QCIF (176 x 144 pixels) resolution only.
- Sound is always exciting with Sony Ericsson:-
Sony Ericsson K810 music player supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, E-AAC+, WAV, WMA, M4A and MIDI file formats. It is nothing special and looks just as your regular Sony Ericsson Walkman player used in the W-series of the Swedish manufacturer. The only difference is that it doesn’t feature the MegaBass equalizer preset. Since Sony Ericsson K810 supports multi-tasking, the player can be set to run in background. Sound is nice – given you use the player with a nice headset, of course. The video player of K810 is nice and offers the option to watch videos in landscape mode.
- Conclusion:-The Sony Ericsson K810 tries to build on the succe
ss of its predecessor and tries to win the heart of the customers with enhanced user-friendliness of the camera. It manages to do so – taking pictures and changing camera options has never been easier.There are some greater flaws that we really couldn’t live with – the highly inconvenient joystick and the hard soft keys. After all a badly designed navigation solution can spoil the experience of using even the greatest phone possible. That drawback is even more surprising since obviously the Sony Ericsson designers have put a lot of efforts into usability.You should stay with the Sony Ericsson K800 until a better cameraphone comes up on the market. What is more, once the K810 hits the market, the price of the K800 should drop down so it would become a great buy.